Formidable Pro

Add New Create Post Action Taxonomy

The Question Is there a way to create a new taxonomy for a custom post type from the value of a text field when using Pro’s Create Post form action? Formidable Slack Community Member The Answer Yes! In fact, Formidable has a knowledge base example on how to Create a new WordPress Category. The example [Read More…]

Increment Repeater Field Row Counter

This is a quick snippet to increment a row counter for a repeater field. The Slack Formidable Community member that asked how to do this is using the frm_repeat_start_rows filter to pre-load 10 rows in the repeaters. The first field in the repeater is a counter. View the code on Gist. To use, change the [Read More…]

Add a Data Attribute to Any Input Field

HTML data-* Attribute HTML Global attributes give elements meaning and context. Global attributes are common to all HTML elements; they can be used on all elements, including Formidable’s input fields, though they may have no effect on some elements. One attribute that is particularly useful is the data-* attribute. The data-* attribute forms a class [Read More…]

Repeater Fields and ACF Integration

The Challenge Any Pro license includes a Create Post form action that provides you with the ability to allow users to create posts, pages, and custom post types from the front-end of your site. Your users may also manage and edit their posts through the Formidable form that was used to create the post. If [Read More…]

Change Page Break Button Color

Snapshot When building a multi-page form in Formidable Pro, the Page Break Field offers minimal options on its Field Options tab. In fact, there are only three options, the Button Label, the Field Key, and the ability to use Conditional Logic. There is no option for changing the button’s color by adding a custom class. [Read More…]

Keyboard Accessibility & Collapsible Sections

Many countries have some sort of accessibility laws enacted that are designed to provide full and equal enjoyment to the disabled who access our online offerings. In the United States, this is primarily the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). As a website owner in the United States, you are most likely required to [Read More…]